2013 SEC Schedule Out Today

By Posted on: October 18th, 2012 in Football, Uncategorized 5 Comments »

The 2013 SEC Schedule was released today. The 8-game slate is known as a ‘bridge’ schedule, which accommodates the complex scheduling by adding two teams to the conference but staying at six in divisional games and two out of division ones.

If you’re wondering why we have Georgia at home two years in a row, that’s on purpose. It’s one of the quirks of this bridge scheduling. Maybe it’ll get worked out next year, maybe it won’t. If you hear any Dawgs complaining, just remind them that we played in Columbus, GEORGIA or Athens 44 straight years. 

I hope they get it straightened back out, even if we have to play in Athens for two straight years. I don’t like Amen Corner being all home or away every single season.

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  1. Jay Coulter Jay Coulter says:

    That makes the away schedule a little more bearable with Georgia at home. So I guess we’ll begin playing Georgia and Alabama at home in the same year? If so, that means season ticket sales will go through the roof on those years and sink on the away years.

  2. Mike jimithing78 says:

    It’s still a bridge schedule. I see UGA and UAT being split up in 2014 or 2015.

  3. AuburnEdS says:

    Who are the OOC opponents fior next year?

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  5. Acid Reign Acid Reign says:

    ……I don’t think Tennessee will be a bad draw, next season. Tyler Bray and Justin Hunter are likely headed for the NFL, and UT’s one of the teams that arguably plays worse defense than Auburn does.